Events & Webcasts

Aerospace TechWeek

MOC - Event Center Messe München

March 29 - 30

Join us at the Aerospace Tech Week in Munich!

This exciting event brings together leaders in the aerospace industry to share the latest innovations and advancements in technology. As experts in the field of embedded software solutions, SYSGO is proud to participate in this event and showcase our cutting-edge solutions for the aerospace industry.

Visit us at Booth 707! Our experts will be on hand to answer any questions and is looking forward to network with industry peers, learn about the latest developments, and discover how we can help you achieve your goals.

See you at the Aerospace Tech Week in Munich!

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SYSGO Technology Showcase

Don't miss our presentation on Wed, 29th at 2:30 pm

Cyber-Security in Software: How to apply Common Criteria with DO356/ED-203A?

Information security is one of the most important topics of our time. One thing is certain: There will always be attackers who try to exploit software gaps to abuse it. We are currently experiencing a rapid increase in the number of cyberattacks. Malicious actors – generally professionalized criminals or state attackers – are out to obtain confidential information, gain access to systems in order to control them, or damage them to such an extent that they are no longer operational.

Also, the system configuration changes, as devices are more and more connected. Former purely safety-relevant control units are now connected. This increases their vulnerability and need to be addressed in the system architecture since the start of development. In avionics, there are different safety and security standards available from the aircraft down to software or testing level. For security, there are generic certification standards like the Common Criteria or avionics-specific ones like the DO356/ED-203A.

For Common Criteria, the motives for cyberattacks play no role at all (or only a subordinate one), because actors are assigned with roles that make them tangible as a threat. A distinction is made whether a user compromises a system unintentionally or whether an attacker (referred to by the Common Criteria as a threat agent) attacks a system deliberately. But this only matters insofar as these categories are considered from the perspective of damage and the "assets to be defended" (specifically the components of a system).

In this presentation you will learn which security standards affect software development. There are generic ones like the Common Criteria or avionics-specific ones like the DO356/ED-203A. You will better understand those differences and how they can be applied to the OS level impacting avionics systems and what still needs to be done based on an application example.

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